Claire Montgomery is a survivor. During the War Between, her family's plantation was burned to the ground, killing her parents and leaving her scarred, both physically and emotionally. Despite facing extreme hardship, she's grown into a compassionate woman with a heart for helping people. She lives in a small cabin with an old ex-slave and a young boy, who was the lone survivor of a wagon train attack. The three of them have formed a make-shift family that includes a one-eyed cat and a baby fox.
"Very Sweet story"
Catherine “Cat” James’ life is simple and orderly, and she likes it that way. She loves her job as an accountant. Working with numbers is safe and routine, no surprises. Her childhood had been very abusive and unstable. She vowed not to live that way as an adult. She also made a promise to herself to become a foster parent. She wished someone had been there for her as a teenager, to let her know she wasn’t alone.
"Great second book in the series"
Rebecca Miller is a gifted veterinarian with an extraordinary understanding of animal behavior. She is leading a fulfilling life as the owner and operator of the Animal Friends Veterinary Clinic. Ever since her 30th birthday, her mother has made it her mission to help Rebecca find a man, get married, and give her grandchildren. But Rebecca doesn't see the need for a man in her life. She has her dog, Captain, and that's all the companionship she needs. However, her world changes the day she literally runs into Derrick Peterson, a gorgeously handsome ER doctor.
"Sweet Clean Romance"
Rachel Somerfield has spent most of her life in Whitman's Home for Orphaned Girls in New York City. As she approaches her 18th birthday, her future looks very bleak. Everything changes the day she runs into Mathew Compton, a dashing young man who sweeps her off her feet and offers her a chance at happiness. However, things don't turn out as Rachel hopes, and she finds herself accepting a teaching position in Sand Hill, a small Western town. She arrives in Sand Hill penniless, scared, and alone.
"Loved the sequel!"
When Elizabeth Fischer unexpectedly loses her job as the head of public relations at a large pharmaceutical company, she's left with big bills and few options. She reluctantly accepts a job as the president of an animal shelter in Spring Valley, a small town 20 miles outside of the city. Elizabeth is a big-city girl, who has never even owned a pet. What does she know about running an animal shelter? She has no idea how much her life is about to change.